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Edmonds School District

School Based Health Center

Edmonds School District is partnering with Community Health Center of Snohomish County and Verdant Health Commission to offer a School-based Health Center (SBHC) to Meadowdale High School. The SBHC opens to Meadowdale High School students on Monday, Sept. 12, 2022. At this time, the SBHC will only be available to enrolled MHS students. The services are expected to be available for families and community members next spring.

The following health services will be available to Meadowdale High students:

  • Well child checks, sports physicals, and immunizations
  • Chronic condition management and medication management
  • ADHD evaluation and treatment
  • Evaluation and treatment of common health problems, including same-day illness or injury
  • Preventive health care, including health education
  • Age-appropriate reproductive health care
  • Mental health, behavioral health, and social emotional health services
  • Oral health care
  • Health insurance eligibility and enrollment assistance
  • Referrals to other health care providers and specialists as needed

Student registration form to be signed by parent/guardian

Please turn in your completed registration form to the main office at Meadowdale High School. 

The Meadowdale High School SBHC will be temporarily located inside the main school building in the fall to provide most health care services. The SBHCs permanent location will be located on the school campus in a relocatable building that will be built for the clinic’s needs. The SBHC will move to its permanent location in the spring.

The SBHC will begin operations in the fall of the 2022-2023 school year. Health care services will be offered during regular school hours as well as some before- and/or after-school hours. Every effort will be made to schedule health care appointments during non-academic time. 

A school-based health center provides a natural setting to provide the services and resources students and their families need to maintain and improve their health. SBHCs foster learning readiness and academic achievement by ensuring that student’s health needs are being met so they can focus on learning, growing, and thriving. 

How do school nurses work with School-Based Health Centers?